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The Science of Mental Wellness

The Wellness Brain

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Wellness practices have existed for centuries and millennia in promoting health, harmony, and balance. However, until the past few decades, we were unable to provide a “hard science” explanation for their underlying benefits. We now have substantial scientific evidence explaining how wellness habits promote our brain to change and rewire itself through a lifelong process termed…

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Lawrence Choy, MD

Lawrence Choy, MD

Stanford Trained Psych MD in Silicon Valley. MentalWellness, Adult ADHD, & Clinical Neuroscience Expert. Co-Founder & Medical Director of Elite Focus Clinic.

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